National Geographic : 1928 May
Photograph by V. M. Lizarraga AT THE NEWTON CLUB, IN BELIZE A public holiday was declared in honor of the visit of the American aviator, and on his way from the golf club (see page 553) to Government House the streets of the city were lined with cheering throngs, practically the entire population of 13,ooo. The governor of the colony stands at the flyer's left. Photograph by U.M. bprattey SAN MIGUELCATHEDRAL AT TEGUCIGALPA In the days of Spanish rule inCentral America, itwas every arch bishop's ambition to build acathedral. This burnt-brick edifice, partly Moorish in architecture, faces the plaza inTegucigalpa and dates from 1782. Statues adorn its niches and the interior isembellished with old paintings.